2016 Volume 15 – Number 1

2016 Volume 15 – Number 1

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Pilar Villar-Argáiz
Introduction. Discourses of Inclusion and Exclusion: Artistic Renderings of Marginal Identities in Ireland


Gender and Marginality

Auxiliadora Pérez Vides
Magdalene Otherness and Ethical Turns in Stephen Frears’s Philomena

Marisol Morales-Ladrón
Mary Morrissy’s The Rising of Bella Casey, or How Women Have Been Written Out of History

María Gaviña Costero
When Heroes Become Heroines: Brian Friel Re-Makes History

Beatriz Rubio Martínez
Trauma and (Re)Construction of the Past in Deirdre Madden’s Time Present, Time Past

Juan F. Elices
Othering Women in Contemporary Irish Dystopia: The Case of Louise O’Neill’s Only Ever Yours


Dissidents, Apolitical Subjects and Social Misfits

Britta Olinder
Inclusion and Marginalisation: John Hewitt as an Ulster Protestant in Opposition

Stephanie Schwerter
Titanic Town and Good Vibrations: Cinematographic Representations of Belfast from the Margins

Hedwig Schwall
Marginal(ising) Mothers and Transitional Objects in William Trevor’s Cheating at Canasta

M. Isabel Seguro Gómez
Disabling Mainstreamised Representations of Irishness in Martin McDonagh’s Leenane Trilogy


Marginalities in Exile

John Braidwood
Dreary Eden: Post-War Ireland and the Irish Experience of English Exile

Pilar Villar-Argáiz
‘Humanising the lived experiences of migrants’: An Interview with Alan Grossman and Áine O’Brien